Pierre Coffin is holding a Masterclass at Bristol's Arnolfini as part of the annual Encounters Short Film & Animation festival.Read the full story ›
Tweedy the Clown is worried children will start to only associate clowns with being scared.Read the full story ›
Bristol boy Henry Garrett has shot to fame in Hollywood but says he hasn't forgotten his Bristol rootsRead the full story ›
We're delighted to give you a first look at the new film from Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park and Bristol based animator Aardman.Read the full story ›
Those sticking up banks in the new heist movie 'Golden Years' are a little older than the usual suspects. The film was shot in Bristol.Read the full story ›
Europe's biggest festival of short films is underway in Bristol, with film music fan Huey Morgan of the Fun Lovin' Criminals.Read the full story ›
A Premiere is taking place in London tonight for a new film 'Forget Me Not'. It is the story of 62 year old Jamie Graham from Dauntsey, in Wiltshire who was diagnosed at 59 with early onset Alzheimer's.
Aardman Animations' latest film will have it's west premiere in Bristol on Sunday. 'The Pirates In an Adventure with Scientists' stars Hugh Grant and goes on general release on Monday. The special charity screening, in Aardman's home city, will raise money for the local children's hospital.
It's been a good week for Aardman Animations. Just as they launched their latest film, The Pirates In an Adventure with Scientists', the Chancellor gave them a nod in the House of Commons. George Osborne promised to provide tax breaks for animation and TV companies. Cordelia Lynch reports.
Following the launch of their new film and support in the 2012 Budget, Cordelia Lynch looks at a great week for Aardman Animations.Read the full story ›